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Undersea worlds of corals, anemones and rare marine species.
Malinowski said that since beginning the work in 2013, his students have seen a dramatic increase in the diversity of animals underwater, including sponges, anemones, shrimp and crab.
A LUSH, LOW-EFFORT PLAN Under a canopy of tall trees and shrubs, designer Weaner created a leafy carpet of native ground covers, like groundsel, Canada anemone and heuchera.
Wide gravel paths that wind past wisteria and Japanese anemones make this fabled, three-quarters-of-an-acre lot seem as continuous as a public park.
Their drive’s payload was a gene that encodes red fluorescent protein, a substance normally found in a species of sea anemone.
The ruby fish was photo worthy with pretty lime radishes, shaped like a delicate sea anemone; a sprig of yellow wasabi flowers; and burgundy Bing cherries.
Christmas anemones can be packaged in bright reds and greens.
Here's something colorful and patriotic to celebrate: In June and July, every state in the U.S. is producing flowers, from anemones to zinnias, and the quintessentially American Shasta Daisy.
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Origin and Etymology of anemone
First Known Use: 1548See Words from the same year
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: a type of garden plant that has white, purple, or red flowers
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